The week since I decided to combine my website and blog into one really cool site has been… Hmm. Interesting is one way to describe it. But I think words like frustrating, aggravating, and annoying are actually more accurate.
Yup. I wasn’t sure my monitor was going to survive the move. Or my hair. But thanks to Laird Sapir taking pity on me, I couldn’t be more pleased with how things turned out. Now I have a lovely pale gray background – instead of the tweedy gold I couldn’t change to save my life. It matches my waterfall beautifully, doesn’t it? And my home page looks like a home page, something I’d despaired of ever happening. I know it still needs some work, but I still need some sleep, so before I screw something else up, I’m just going to give it a few days.
Best of all though…the comments work again.
They worked fine when I posted the interview with Myndi Shafer, but somehow I managed to disable those suckers when I was flitting from theme to theme…when none of the troubleshooting suggestions solved any of the issues that were bugging me. So I will be forever in Laird’s debt for fixing that for me…and grateful that there are people in the world to bail technologically-challenged people, such as yours truly, out of the messes we find ourselves in sometimes.
I do miss my website, and my other blog, but most everything transferred here. I’ll keep posting there from time-to-time, so everyone who missed the move can find me again.
In the meantime, I still have the two novels from November collecting dust until I can start the rewrites, and I hope to get the last two in my series done during Camp NaNoWriMo in April…which will give me four to edit. In addition to the project I’m working on with Samantha Warren and Jennifer L. Oliver, there’s also the new series I hope to start this spring…
Okay. All together now…Kristy, you need a vacation!
Thank you very much. I do believe I will have a vacation. I’m not sure where, and I’m not sure when, but I will pencil it in somewhere in the next few years.
I know. It’s a country song, but it’s kind of what I’m going to be looking for when I do manage to get away. Something slow, laid back (minus any superfluous people). Just lazy days, water, maybe a sexy pontoon captain. Yeah. I could totally get into that…